Departement of the Alpes de Haute Provence - Pop.: 200 inh.
Take the D908 from Annot, for 6 km.
This unassuming little village located on the left bank of the Vaïre river is surrounded by beautiful pine and larch forests.
Le Fugeret, which is the starting point for many walking trails, has a remarkable church whose foundations date back to the 12th century.
It houses three beautiful 17th century paintings.
The village also has some traces of Roman presence(temple and statue) and a magnificent, graciously curved humpback stone bridge, dating from 1759!
What to see:
Lavoir et fontaine de Diane.
Numerous walking trips to the hamlets of Argenton and Chabrières,
the sources of the Coulomp and the Vaïre river.
In winter there is cross-country skiing at Colle St-Michel and Colle Basse
and downhill skiing at the Foux d'Allos (55 kilomètres away).
Gites. Holiday rentals.